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THE NEW STORE
' 615, 617, 610, 621, 623, 625, 627, 620 NICOLLET AY.
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L p;Jr«" is^ w ; kni^s ■"- Those Taifeta Silk Ribbons' of } Ladies' silk vests, low neck,
Wm. KogerslJdwt. knives, ' manufacture do not come crocheted and no sleeves; pink,
(quantity liimted),per 95C *P q tbe ugual standard of ex- blue, lavender, black; KJI O
set of six.. . ......... ww cenQethatour patrons expect, $ worth to $1,00 ...... ■■ 1111 V
Silverware imported to g c Notions.
C Rogers & Bros fancy ban- to close, yard .... tf W - B^^Sk" Bindings
died gold bowl, large s lZ e pie LaCSS ", black only, worth- 8c; 'N €%-*
knives, tomato servers, jelly ■■ English Torchon Laces, narrow, this sale ...:.....;..". i-.fcU
knife, gravy and^creanv ladles aii a-fine, or wide and coarse as « amn l Aft ft «* c.r.t.
and co d meat forks ||f||> you cboS e, insertions to' QJ W SailipieS Of 5181; UafjjeiS
values to 11.75, choice. lf OU ' u ch values to 10c yd *P2C For small rugs, chair coverings,
■ laimalm. •' n ■" ■ :n ■'' ■ / stool coverings, cuspidor and
Jewelry. Drug Dept. jar mat goods worth -JSA
Brooohes—manufacturer's sam- Anglo American Malt, + ' ™7*% y '^? yardj-each.. •■«•/ .;.."*'
pies,. rolled plate, sterling silver regular 25c ........... /"' C Straw flattings— 2s pieces
and solid gold, values AX a - II ■ ■ * V heavy, fancy China, matting,
to $2; while they last : A } I HIR IS .-,; : worth to^Oo 7;v s ,,>-j||A
J - RAfl npaafle Best quality Indigo blue prints, yard ................ ■■ "V
BOW a|Jl&aUd ( nice line,: choice new styles; Rlanbaf*
Soiled slightly, only AC ft < usual 7c yard A 1 A ' Oldllll»l»i ""
50of these; each.... £m*M%* > kin^1....i........... *fr2" Gray Cotton Blankets, splendid
Underwear ■--; '- "Draperies is^e^rde^b^^ijli
Men's wool underwear, *3| O Baghdad and Oriental Stripe— 85c pair............ **'«*' 1*
odds & ends,worth $1, 60 inch-drapery by the yard— ' Wliila f«AAfla
llAftioriff best line ever shown in the city. fflllW WUUU3
t. ■ -; - nllalorj , one worl less than 75c, your * India Linen—4o inches wide.
Odds and ends children's *? g% choice of 15 patterns, j|A A ! fine sheer quality, ' "ff|f%
250 quality ribbed hose .. lIP yard .....^Hl*' i'worth to 25c 'yard.. ■,'..--.■"-**
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WHITE DOVE CURE never fails to destroy crav
ing for strong drink, the appetite tor which cannot
exist after ustns this remedy. Given in any liquid
with or without knowledge of patient; tastelessi »1 at
Voegell Bros. - and • Gamble & ; Ludwlg,. druggists.
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
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AND FEMALE ORGANS.
THE PARTY'S BIRTHPLACE
Ripon'* Historic Old Building May
- Be Preserved.
Special to The Journal.
Ripon, Wls., Feb. 19.—Local antiquari
ans claim that the meeting which marked
the birth of the republican party was held
in a schoolihpuse in this town forty-seven
years ago. to-morrow. A copy of the
Ripon Herald of March 5, 1854. contains
the call" for ,tne meeting at which the
name republican was adopted for the new
party! The schoo^house was moved, a
short distance from its old site years ago
and transformed Into a dwelling. It was
the liOme of George W. Peck, late gov
ernor of Wisconsin, wnlle he lived in
Ripon and /edited a newspaper here. It
Is now the property of the Misses Perrine.
A movemen is on foot to buy the building
and make it the home of a political and
historical museum for Wisconsin.
The Ripon Herald containing the call
for the meeting in the echoolhouse Is in
the possession of Clarence H. Ellsworth,
publisher of the Ripon Commonwealth,
and its frayed, scorched edges show that
it had c narrow escape from flre.
Don't waste time. Go to Omaha over
the "St. Louis road."
WILD WITH ECZEMA
And Other Itching Burning
Scaly Eruptions with
Loss of Hair
Bathe the affected parts with Hot Water and Cuticura Soap (25c,), to
cleanse the surface of crusts and scales and soften the thickened
cuticle. Dry, without hard rubbing, and apply Cuticura Ointment
(50c) freely, to allay itching, irritation and inflammation and soothe *
and heal, and, lastly, take Cuticura Resolvent (50c.) to cool and
cleanse the blood. A single set (price, $1.25) Is often sufficient to
cure the most torturing, disfiguring and humilating skin, scalp and
blood humors, with loss of hair, when all else falls.
This sweet and wholesome treatment affords instant relief, per*
v niits rest and sleep in the severest forms of eczema and other itch*
ing, burning, and scaly humors of the skin, scalp, and blood, and points
to a speedy, permanent, and economical cure when other remedies
The agonizing itching and burning of the akin, as in eczema; the
frightful scaling, as in psoriasis; the loss of hair and crusting of the
i scalp, as in scald head; the facial disfigurement, as in pimples and
1 ringworm; che awful suffering of infants and the anxiety of worn
out parei.cs, as in milk crust, tetter, and salt rheum—all demand a
remedy of almost superhuman virtues to successfully cope with
them. That Cuticura remedies are such stands proven beyond all
doubt No statement is made regarding them that is not justified by
the strongest evidence. The purity and sweetness, the power to af
ford immediate relief, the certainty of speedy and permanent cure,
the absolute safety and great economy, have made them the standard
skin cures and humor remedies of the civilized world.
Millions of Women Use Cuticura Soap
Assisted by ..CUTICURA OINTMENT, tor beautifying the tfcln, for the stopping of
falling hair, for softening and whitening red, rough hands, for baby rashes and ltch
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THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
CROWD FRANCE IN SILK
UNITED STATES PISHING AHEAD
Progrreae In Textile Good*— Imita
tions of American Good* Hurt
Trade in Sweden.
Washington, Feb. 19. —According to
Consul Covert at Lyons, an article on
the silk industry, published id a French
trade paper, shows that the United States
is likely to take the lead among the silk
producers of the world. During the^last
three yearß the consumption of raw*silk
in the United States has exceeded that
On the ribbon trade of St Etienne,
Consul Brunot says:
Just as surely as American iron products—
bridges, machinery, etc.—have found a per
manent market in Europe, so will American
Bilks and other textile goods, and the time
has almost arrived.
Imitations of American goods in Sweden
are doing great harm to the American
trade, says Consul Bergh at Gothenberg.
Inferior forks are sold by wholesale in
Gothenberg as American product. The
practice causes prejudice against every
thing of American make.
Ffiater, Payne and Warren Sow in
""]" '. iC .. •-, Full Control '''' ':; f' ';
Iftno Yorh Sun Special Serrio* - .- . •
Milwaukee, Feb. 19.—Charles P. Pflater
has assumed control as majority stock
holder of the Milwaukee Sentinel, and
Lansing Warren, formerly of the Chicago
Inter Ocean, last night took charge of the
property as publisher. A meeting of the
stockholders was held this afternoon at
which Directors Tweedey, Rubeel and
Huegin resigned. The new directors are
Charles F. Pflster, H. C. Payne and
Lansing Warren. Mr. Pflster was elected
president; Mr. Payne, vice-president, and
Mr. Warren, secretary.
For a night of fun, go to the Roosevelt
Minstrel Show at the Lyceum Theater on
Feb. 25 and 26. Good songs, good jokes,
The Louisville & Nashville railroad, to
gether with its connecting lines, has in
augurated the Chicago & Florida Lim
ited, which is a daily, solid train, wide
veetibuled, steam heated, gas lighted, with
dining car service for all meals en route
from Chicago to Thomasville, Ga., Jack
sonville and St. Augustine, Fla. The
train leaves Chicago over the Chicago &
Eastern Illinois tracks at 11:06 a. m., run
ning via Bvansville, Nashville, Birming
ham and Montgomery, Plant System to
Jacksonville, and Florida East Coast to
St. Augustine, arriving at the latter city
at 7:30' the next evening, making the
fastest time ever made between these
points. The train has annex sleeper leav
ing St. Louis at 2:16 p. m. which also run*
through. Mr. C. L. Stone, general pas
senger agent Louisville & Nashville rail
road, Louisville, Ky., will answer all in
quiries concerning this train and furnish
printed matter concerning it-
Once tried, always used. The Minne
apolis & St. Louis road to Omaha I
Brown Will Probably Play Minne-
sota This Fall.
AND THE HASKELL INDIANS, TOO
Change* In; the Football Schedule
; •, That Greatly Increase the
Northwestern lovers of the great game
of football may look forward to great
sport this fall. The schedule has now
been practically completed and It con
tains aa good a list of games aa could
be asked for outside of a contest with
some of the "big ones" down east. The
latest and most interesting addition is
Brown. Unfortunately the arrangements
for this game have not yet been com
pleted and there may be a slip before
everything 1b fixed which will remove the
possibility of the game, but the pros
pects are exceedingly hopeful. Early this
winter the Brown management wrote,
suggesting a game for Thanksgiving, but
the Minnesota board is afraid of Minne
sota Thanksgiving weather and suggested
Nov. 2, provided the date with Nebraska
could be changed. Nebraska has con
sented to a change to Oct. 12, one of the
open dates, and now all that is needed
is word from Brown that the arrange
ment is approved there. The fact that
Brown opened the negotiations lends hope
to those who want to see this game. Of
course, there is the danger that Brown
may have other games scheduled for its
western trip which it cannot shift to
enable it to met Minnesota at the above
time, in which case the game will be off.
For the present, however, there is hope.
Game With the Indians.
For the other open date, Oct. 5, a
game with the Haskell Indians of Law
rence, Kan., has been arranged. The
Indiana met all comers last fall with
spirit and dash and showed themselves
right up to snuff in the game. Their
meeting with the Minnesota boys will,
therefore, iend great interest to the
sport in Minneapolis this fall.
With the Indians, Nebraska, lowa and
Brown all playing at Minneapolis in the
early part of the season, when good
weather may be loked for with almost
absolute certainty, the rooters have little
to complain of in the outlook.
The Completed Schedule.
The completed schedule, if Brown comes
to town, will stand as follows:
Sept. 28, Ames at Minneapolis.
Oct. 6, Haskell Indians of Lawrence, Kan.,
Oct. 12, Nebraska at Minneapolis.
Oct. 19, Grinnsli at Minneapolis.
Oct. 26, lowa at Minneapolis.
Nov. 2, Brown university at Minneapolis.
Nov. 9, North Dakota at Minneapolis.
Nov. 16, Wisconsin at Madison or Milwau
Nov. 23, Northwestern at Evanston.
Nov. 28 (Thanksgiving), Illinois at Cham
Basket Ball Tournament.
A basketball tournament under the
auspices of the Chicago Athletic club is
to be held in Chicago the first week in
March. The university has been invited
to participate, and a team will probably
be sent down after what honors the Chi-,
cago club has to offer.
LKXXO\ AFTER PLAYERS
He Ha* a Conference With Two Chi
_" . -. cago Magnates.
XjHt> York Sun Special Scr*Uy» i_,'~> , . -'..'; -.». ■"
'Chicago,' Feb. 19. —Manager Loftu* and
President Hart of the Chicago National.
League team j yesterday had a talk with
owner Lennon ,'6Vl the St. Paul club, and
with Jimmy Ryan, who will manage, the
St. Paul team. ' The St. Paul men were
after players. It is practically settled that
Ryan will go to the St. Paul club.
The Manitoba. Capital's Hlnks Get
.. . ting:: the Wont of It. : .-.■.
Winnipeg, Man., Feb. 19.—Play . in the
bonspiel continued briskly yesterday, ( As
the play progresses the reeults are dis
astrous to Winnipeg rinka, only three be
ing left in the three big events of, the spiel.
The grand challenge event has narrowed
down to. Davidson of Indian Head, Verner
of Winnipeg and Vance of Neepawa. - The
Walkerville trophy, is between McConaghy
of Neepawa, McLean of 'Holland, Hunt of
Carberry,. Robson of Treherne, Steele of
Boissevan. The royal Caledonian is down
to Anderson of Winnipeg, Hope of Car
berry, McLean of Holland, Chalmers of
Manitou, Patton of Winnipeg, Steele of
Boissevan and McNamee of Crystal City.
. Play last night was j for the Consolation
International, Tuckett and Gait ' events.
The Duluth rinks defaulted their games In
the Tuckett and Gait events and left for
homo ! yesterday.v;; Hurdon ' rink : made " a
good • showing during the week. Deflel 'of
St. Paul is still in the Gait trophy 'com
petition. He won out : a good game last
evening from | Whalen of : Fort William, 111
to ' 14, and is now in the semi-finals. '
Sioux City's Cbancei Poor.
Special to The Journal.
Sioux City, lowa, Feb. 19.—There is small
chance that the Pueblo franchise of the Wes
tern Baseball League, which is held by Billy
Hulen, will come to Sioux City, because Colo
rado Springs has outbid the fans of this city,
offering $6,000 for Hulen's team. The Sioux
City people have felt small interest in base-
ball because of general antipathy felt toward
A. B. Beall, who has transferred the Sioux
City team to Minneapolis. For this and other
reasons subscriptions for the $2,000 needed to
fit up a- ball park have been secured only
with great difficulty.
X*w York vs. Chicago.
New York, Feb. 19.—The intercity bowling
match, between New York and Chicago bowl
ers, which arose from the complaint by the
New York bowlers of unfair treatment in tie
national ■ bowling championship meeting,. in
Chicago, last fall, has finally been arranged
and will be bowled. at Toledo, Ohio, on May
14. Each team will put up 1600 and tha win
ners will receive the entire amount, $1,000,
la • addition to 10 per cent of the gross ■ fa*
ceipts of the match. . -'/
\'ly.\-L '' Meeting at' ftenntnga. ,•
New York, Feb. 19.— H. O. Crickmore, »M
--retary of the Washington Jockey Club, has
annourio«d the entries made to the first and
second ■> spring handicaps, to be run on the
first j and. last days- of the spring meeting at
, Bennings. These races are for 3-year-olds
1 and upwards, the first being at six , furlongs',
with $700 added, and the second at seven fur
longs,■* with $1,000 added. The weight* for
the ■ race will' be' announced ' March 1. ' The
entries are: Death, 6: False Alarm,; 5; Rob
ert Waddell, J 8; AJside, 5; Magic - bight,
Knight of Rhodes, 4; Invasion,' 4; Moore, .3;
Guatauma, 3; Decanter, 6; Speedmas, 5.; Lex
ington Pirate, aged; Big Oun, 4; First Whip,
4; The Rhymer, . 8 ;>, Fare, 3; Albert Edward.
3; Mete alt, 3; Charehtus, aged; Royeter, 5;
Brisk,' aged; Sidney Lucas. 4; Gold Fox, ;5;
Ela|ne, : 3; ,■ Sentry, 3; Obliged, 3; Tonicum. 3;
Animosity,; 3; ' Gertrude Elliott, 'i; Prince of
Verona, :4; Intrusive, 6.
; r Spike Gets the Flgrht. $kj.
New, York Sun Special Service. '. .. • \\X
Louisville, Ky., Feb. 19.— Referee Tim Hurst
awarded the ■ decision to Spike . Sullivan . over
Tim Reams, of .*; Brooklyn, ; after, twenty
rounds :of fast '• fighting, last night.;. " $* ■
. •-.:.; Will Go to Uhpemiug. -1
Special to The Journal. ■;'' :•" ■"-'■
Red Wing, Minn., F«to. 19.— local ski
running' > contest i was * held I for the purpose , of
skiers to "represent- R^d Wing at the
interstate tourna.men-t in Ishperaing, Mich.,
on ; Friday \ afternoon,^;Washington's birthday.'
Notwithstanding j. unfavorable .weather," some
very ; good ,leaps' were made. ." The' following
were •'chosen:- John' C. Johnson, '• Oscar B.
Arnton, Thor :K. Simmons,''Harris Anderson,
'John Thompson. Axel Dahl. Carl .* Eke and
.Master Fred Iverson as mascot. : The .last
;n*med ie only 13 years old, but easily, follows
old ski runner* in daring leaps. •. The . delega
tion' will leave on Wednesday evening, accom
panied by several 1' citizens. """ -.'." "■,- M}
:-; ■■ American -Henley.- _.,-*;
! 'T A syndicate -of \ Boston • Yachtsmen bat' de
veloped ■; a plan." for • the»organization :of : an;
American Henley, which has long been the
' TUESDAY ■: EVENING, .FEBRUARY 19 t 19Gt
■ssr Green Mountain !333
s ha oL Na rnco. on Company
OF LOS ANGELES, CAL.
The Willard Well Is Making a Good Record.
The Jones Well Is Down Over 900 Ft. in the Ground
200 Feet of Oil Raised in the Casing During Sunday's Shut Down.
Write for Sample of Oil which will Be Mailed Free Write for Prospectus and Plans of Preferment
100 One-Dollar Shares.... $25.00. 1,000 Shares.... $250.
Special Terms Made on Orders for 1,000 Shares or Over.
First Dividend was Voted at January directors' meeting. Quarterly dividends will be
paid from this time on.
GREEN MOUNTAIN OIL. CO
529-539 Laughlin Building, Los Angeles, Cal, 511 Phoenix Building, Minneapolis, Minn.
MENTION THE JOURNAL.
dream of sportsmen in this, country. The
plan embraces a union of large athletic and
rowing club's, including the colleges, and it
is proposed to have a week of racing at the
time of the Harvard-Yale regatta this sea
Cedar Valley, lowa, Racing Dates.
The Cedar Valley, lowa, Racing Circuit As
sociation has announced the following dates
(or the ensuing season:
Decorah, lowa, June 11, 12 and 13; Waver
ly, lowa, June, 18, 19 and 20; La Porte, lowa,
June 25, 26 and 27; Cedaf Rapids, lowa, July
2, 3 and 4; Marshalltown, lowa, July, 9, 10
The following officers were elected: Presi
dent, Dr. W. T. Fisher, La Porte City; sec
retary, L. Levy, Waverly. A uniform purse
of $300 was named for all events.
Keller the Victor.
The contest between Frank Kellar, of Sault
Ste. Marie, and Rufus Moody, the Ohio heavy
weight, at the Soo, last night, resulted in a
victory for the former, who scored a knock
out la the tenth round.
The work of completing the new racing
yacht, Shamrock 11., at Glasgow, is pro
gressing rapidly, the protest of George L.
Watson against the delay having had a salu
Nearly two-thirds of her outer plating
is now in place, riveted up and smoothed off.
The plates are of magnanese bronze, three
eighths of an inch in thickness and varying
from two to three-and-a-balf feet in length.
The top sides and overhangs of the plates
are overlapped and riveted with such ac
curacy that the joint is scarcely discernible.
The rivets are specially made of yellow gun
He Finds a Bride in Hawaii While
Going to War.
Honolulu, Feb. 12.—A soldier's romance
became known yesterday when Miss Mar
tha Afong left for Manila to meet her
future husband. Special interest is given
the affair by the prominence of the young
woman. She is a member of the famous
Afong family, and her fiance, Lieutenant
A. J. Dougherty of the Seventeenth
United States infantry, is now with his
regiment in the Philippines.
Lieutenant Dougherty is a Minnesotan,
who met Miss Afong at her home in
Honolulu about two years ago, when he
was an officer in the Minnesota volunteers
en route to the Philippines.
Via San Francisco, Feb. 19.—Edwin S.
Gill, editor of the Republican, shot and
seriously wounded Mortimer H. Stevens,
a member of the staff of the Advertiser.
Stevens called at the office of Gill's
paper with a complaint about an article
Gill had published. The interview led
to high words. Gill was struck by Stev
ens and he drew a revolver and shot
Stevens in the leg.
The South Carolina dispensary system
is very likely to be put in force in
Hawaii as a solution of the liquor prob
$15 Cut In California Rates.
Every Tuesday, beginning February 12,
the Minneapolis & St. Louis railroad will
sell colonist tickets to all California com
mon points at $32.90. Elegant new sixteen
section tourist cars go through without
change. Call at Minneapolis & St. Louis
City Ticket office, No. 1 Nicollet House
Vaporizer, guaranteed to cure Coughs.
Counterfeits of De Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve are worthless. The original cures
piles, sores and all skin diseases.
Smart Weed and Belladonna, combined
with the other ingredients used in the best
porous plasters, make Carter's S. W. & B.
Backache Plasters the beet in the market.
Price 25 cents.
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Millions of . tons of FREE MILLING- GOLD ORE in sight
waiting stamp mills. ■ . . :^/ -, i-. :^^'V
$63,000 already expended in machinery, % buildings and to sinking
the shaft 350 feet. One of these seven veins, running parallel, upon
which the shaft was sunk, was • over Ten \ Feet : Wide at \ the
Surface; and at the bottom of the shaft is ; Sixty- Feet Wide.
.. We are selling stock solely for purchase of Stamp Mills. ■
I Stock has already advanced from 4 cents to i\ cents per share
cash, and from 5^ cents to 6 cents per share on • installment ;. plan,
payable in eighteen monthly installments; % .. ,;.'."..."-.;.'
Stock, $1.00 par value, now offered for short period at 4$ cents
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FAIR WILL OPEN SUNDAY
THE PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION
MHuaseiueut Will. Not Disc urn* the
Matter but Will Simply Open
Buffalo, N. V., Feb. 19.—The Courier
says that it has been decided to open
the gates of the Pan-American exposi
tion on Sundays. The management will
not discuss the matter, but the gates
will open the first Sunday.
London—Consul Adelberf Hay is receiving
a warm welcome from friends here. Mr. Hay
will spend a fortnight quietly in London and
on the continent before sailing for America.
London—The first division in the first par
liament of King Edward VII., which took
place yesterday, resulted in cutting down to
forty-five the government's normal majority
of 130. The interest was heightened by Win
ston Spencer Churchill's first speech at West
minster and by Mr. Chamberlain's defense of
his own policy.
IN A NUTSHELL
Crawfordsville, Ind.—Maurice Thompson,
author, wag buried yesterday in Oak Hill
cemetery, this city. Dr. W. P. Kane, presi
dent of Wabash college, delivered the funeral
New York—Through the generosity of Wil
liam E. Dodge, t.he botanical exploration of
the northern Rocky mountains, carried on by
Dr. P. A. Rydberg in 1897, will be continued
this year by R. S. Williams. Mr. Williams
will leave New York early in June to collect
specimens for the national museum.
Colorado Springs, Col.—A party lof six per
sons, with Governor Roosevelt, enjoyed a
coyote hunt of about thirty-five miles in.the
pastures south of here yesterday, One coyote
and one gray wolf . afforded the chases, and,
notwithstanding the escape of both animals,
Governor Roosevelt expressed the greatest
pleasure over the day's sport. ;--;•;■
Glenwood I.ignite Best Known,
Never sold here before. ■ Clean and
sootless, burns in any stove; trial order,
% ton, 65c, or $4 per ton. The G. I. Co.,
313 Hennepin, sole agents. 1-
Sale of Seat*
For Roosevelt Minstrel show will open to
morrow morning at Metropolitan music
company. *; ': ~>-* r<:"'n.>;"> e.-tv. !iiw -.miti i
Team Killed, but Driver Kiuaited.
Special to The Journal.
Heron Lake, Minn., Feb. 19.—An ekua
freight on the Omaha, this morning, about
i. o'clock, struck a team driven by W. .!.
Miller, at a crossing a mile w«st,.#f-town.
Both horses were killed a.nd lUe buggy wu>
destroyed. Miller escaped 'without injury.
A DISASTROUS LOSS
Well Known Business Man ofThis
City Loses One of His
HIS NAME NO! MENTIONED
A well known business man of this
city lost on© of his valuables not over
ten days ago. It was of vital importance.
He could not eat without it; he could not
sleep without it; work was no longer
enjoyable and became neglected. His
friends wondered why he did net -enliven
them as before with his Jolly humor.
He was losing flesh and. energy;, life wj*s
not worth living. Drbren to desperation,
he finally sent for theaid of ;the reliable
detective, Cascarine. With this aid that
which he had lost, which is Health, w*s
soon recovered, and he is now able to
enjoy both work and pleasure.
Loss of appetite is a serious tiring. It
is a sign of indigestion and *rcongested
state of the bowels. Are you suffering
from this loss? Don't, for your stomach's
sake, let a day pass without obtaining re
lief. Your trouble ■ may Wtonre chronic
The best remedy for stomach, liver and
bowel complaints is Cascarine. Save
trouble' by keeping this laxative tonic
close at hand. Cascarine will not gripe
the most delicate stomach. It tones up
the system, purifies the blood, stimulates
the liver, makes the bowels regular and
drives all impurities from the system.
At all druggists. Price per bottle, fifty
cents. If your druggist hasn't it, ask
him to get it for you of his Jobber.
The manufacturers of Cascarine will
send, free of charge, a little booklet which
explains thoroughly the diseases of the
stomach, kidneys, liver and bowels, with
instructions how to treat them.
Address Rea Bros. & Co., Minneapolis,
Louisville and New York.
If you are suffering with piles, buy
Red Cross Pile Cure. It cures every case.
At all druggists, or sent direct for $1.